Posted by Happyflower on June 26, 2007, at 18:40:24
In reply to Re: The Milgram Experiment? Oh bother. » Happyflower, posted by sunnydays on June 26, 2007, at 16:01:40
Well I do well in school and I think there is nothing wrong with being proud of that, in fact my T is pleased with my self confidence. It was mainly due to the comment about compairing me to her Psych 101 students, which I am not just a beginner in the field, so it was clarifying. It was implied that I got it mixed up like a typical Psych 101 student.
Posted by GG-
-Lots of my Psych 101 students got those two confused, Happyflower. Don't feel bad. You'd be in good company-
So I was just showing examples that I do know what I am talking about and I am not just a beginning Psych student and I didn't get it mixed up. In fact it was a joke.
As far as the experiments go, there are many simularities you can compair to, in many levels of life, not just babble. I didn't bring up the Stanford incident. That was just one person's assumption.
I would enjoy discussing this on Social if you would like. But it does have something to do with authority, and Dr. Bob wanted to know about how the preception of power influecences Babble. Power takes a role in the person who has it, and the people who have to follow it. I only gave my view point. I have actually gave it a lot of thought and believe there is some good points I made about it.